In the north of Ukraine, the battles are concentrated near the capital, Kiev, and sometimes in the east.
The agency “Agence France Presse” reported that the confrontations are taking place between Ukrainian and Russian forces in order to control the capital.
Explosions and shootings were heard in neighborhoods of the Ukrainian capital.
The Ukrainian ground forces also announced on Facebook that they had destroyed a Russian convoy of five military vehicles, including a tank, near the Perestiska metro station on Victory Avenue in the northwest of the capital.
She stated that she was able to repel a Russian attack there.
Ukrainian authorities stated that Russian forces were trying to attack a power station in the Troychina district in northeastern Kiev.
The Ukrainian military reported heavy fighting 30 km southwest of Kiev, where it said the Russians were “trying to land paratroopers”.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Friday night that Russian forces would try tonight to capture Kiev, where fierce battles are taking place.
But that didn’t materialize until Saturday morning.
The Russian Navy rained down on Poltava and Sumy regions in northeastern Ukraine with Kalibr intercontinental missiles.
In southern Ukraine, the Russian Navy launched Maripol, which overlooks the Sea of Ozov, branching from the Black Sea, with another batch of Kalibr missiles.
These missiles were launched from Russian naval vessels in the Black Sea.
In the framework, an adviser to the President’s office said that fighting was taking place near Kherson, Mykolaiv and Odessa in southern Ukraine.
“There is heavy fighting going on near Mariupol, but there is no possibility of Mariupol surrendering or falling,” Mikhailo Podolyak added.
The Russian Interfax news agency reported that Russian forces had taken control of the Ukrainian city of Miltopol, near the Sea of Azov.
In western Ukraine, local reports spoke of Russian bombing of the Lutsk and Lviv regions in western Ukraine.